VACANT LAND FOR SALE! 1 ACRE APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA! AMAZING VIEWS! NO RESERVE!

Category Real Estate Land

Current price $870.00

Listing type Chinese

Location Clinton, Wisconsin 535** US

Quantity sold 1

Quantity available 1

Bids 21

Seller westerninvestmentland (303)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

State//Province Arizona

Property Address St Johns, AZ

State/Province Arizona

Seller State Of Residence Wisconsin

Zip/Postal Code 85936

Zoning Residential

City St Johns

Acreage 1.02

Type Homesite, Lot

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1 ACRE IN ARIZONA PARK ESTATES
QUICK NOTES ABOUT THIS PROPERTY
1. AREA:
QUIET, REMOTE & SPACIOUS 1 ACRE RANCH WITH MOUNTAIN VIEWS IN EVERY DIRECTION!!! PERFECT FOR GETTING AWAY FROM THE CITY AND ENJOYING THIS AREA'S ENDLESS SKIES AND MAJESTIC MOUNTAINS!!!
2. ACCESS:
THIS PROPERTY HAS DIRECT ACCESS VIA EASEMENTS!
3. VALUE:
THIS LOT HAS A VALUE OF $1,000.00!!!
4. POWER: POWER IS MORE THAN A MILE AWAY FROM THIS PROPERTY MAKING THIS THE PERFECT OFF THE GRID PROPERTY. OFF GRID LIVING IS VERY POPULAR AND COMMON IN MOST WESTERN STATES.
5. LOCATION:
LOCATED IN THE STUNNING ARIZONA PARK ESTATES SUBDIVISION! THIS SUBDIVISION IS ONE OF THE PREMIER LOCATIONS OF THE ARIZONA COUNTRY SIDE!
6. PROXIMITY:
ABOUT 35 MINUTES SOUTH OF SANDERS, AZ & 1.25 HOURS EAST OF HOBROOK, AZ.
7. SALE STYLE:
CASH SALE AUCTION! ALL YOU PAY IS THE FINAL BID PRICE + $295.00 DOCUMENT FEE!!! NO RESERVE!!! NO RESERVE!!! NO RESERVE!!!
READ THIS FIRST!!!
THE DETAILS OF THIS LISTING ARE A BIT LONG BUT VERY INFORMATIVE. I WOULD RATHER PROVIDE TOO MUCH INFORMATION THAN NOT ENOUGH. PLUS, YOU ARE NOT BUYING AN IPOD OR A PAIR OF RUNNING SHOES, YOU ARE BUYING A PIECE OF THE EARTH!
PLEASE TAKE 4-5 MINUTES AND READ ALL THE INFORMATION BELOW. IT SHOULD ANSWER ALMOST ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE?
I GREW UP OUT WEST AND I KNOW THIS AREA WELL. BUY FROM SOMEONE THAT HAS ACTUALLY BEEN TO THE LAND THEY ARE SELLING!
BIDDING REQUIREMENTS!
IF YOU HAVE LESS THAN 10 FEEDBACKS YOU NEED TO EMAIL ME PRIOR TO BIDDING OR YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELED. I SIMPLY GET TOO MANY NEW EBAYERS THAT BID AND THEN DON'T PAY.
ASK ALL QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING!
IF YOU READ THE ENTIRE LISTING THE ANSWER TO MOST ANY QUESTION YOU MIGHT HAVE WILL BE FOUND BELOW. IF YOU CANNOT FIND THE ANSWER...PLEASE EMAIL ME!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS?
AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF THE PAGE IS A LIST OF FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. PLEASE REVIEW THIS LIST AS IT WILL ANSWER THE MAJORITY OF COMMON QUESTIONS.
NO RESERVE AUCTION!
THIS IS A LOW RESERVE AUCTION!!! THE HIGH BIDDER GETS THIS LOT FOR THE FINAL BID PRICE PLUS A $295.00 PROCESSING FEE! THERE ARE NO OTHER FEES! THERE IS NO FINANCE OPTION! THE FULL AMOUNT IS DUE WITHIN 72 HOURS! PAYMENT OPTIONS LISTED AT THE END OF THE PAGE.
PAYMENT?
FULL PAYMENT PLUS A $295.00 PROCESSING FEE IS DUE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF THE AUCTION END. PAYMENT OPTIONS LISTED AT THE END OF THE LISTING.
NO RECORDING FEES! NO TRANSFER TAX! TAXES ARE PAID CURRENT!
PROPERTY INFORMATION
PROPERTY SPECIFICS
APN: 206-10-271
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Subdivision: ARIZONA PARK ESTATES UNIT II Lot: 271
EXACT ACREAGE: 1.02
SQUARE FEET: 43,560
COUNTY: APACHE
APPROX. ELEVATION: 6,530FT
LOCATED: EAST OF HOBROOK, AZ
POWER: OFF-THE-GRID
ROAD ACCESS: ACCESS VIA EASEMENTS
ANNUAL PROPERTY TAXES: $3.24
PROPERTY COORDINATES
CENTER: 34.947201, -109.352022
NW: 34.947201, -109.352022
NE: 34.947591, -109.351764
SE: 34.946814, -109.351756
SW: 34.946814, -109.352277
PRICING
THIS IS A LOW RESERVE AUCTION!!! THE HIGH BIDDER GETS THIS LOT FOR THE FINAL BID PRICE PLUS A $295.00 PROCESSING FEE! THERE ARE NO OTHER FEES! THERE IS NO FINANCE OPTION! THE FULL AMOUNT IS DUE WITHIN 72 HOURS! PAYMENT OPTIONS LISTED AT THE END OF THE PAGE.
THIS LOT HAS A MARKET VALUE OF $1,000.00. TAXABLE VALUES ON RAW LAND ARE VERY LOW! TYPICALLY 25-35% OF MARKET VALUE. (THIS LOT IS EASILY WORTH $1,200)
PLAT MAP
AREA MAPS
AREA OUT
BASIC LAND DESCRIPTION
This property consists of amazingly level land with rolling hills. The property is very picturesque and ideal for building a home.
JUST LOOK AT THESE VIEWS!!!
INCREDIBLE VIEWS IN EVERY DIRECTION!
AREA NEIGHBORS!
THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE HOMES WITHIN THE RANCH! THERE ARE MANY OTHERS! YOURS COULD BE THE NEXT!
A TRUE RANCH LOT SIZE
1.02 ACRES
To give you an idea of how big an acre is...
A FOOTBALL FIELD!
ASK ALL QUESTIONS
BEFORE BIDDING!
COUNTY OF APACHE
Apache County is located in the northeast corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. As of the 2010 census its population was 71,518. The county seat is St. Johns
Apache County was formed during the Tenth Territorial Legislation in 1879 out of the eastern section of Yavapai County; officially all land east of 109°45′ W. By 1895, Navajo County and parts of Graham, Greenlee and Gila Counties were formed from this land. The county seat was placed in the town of Snowflake, but was moved a year later to St. Johns. From 1880 to 1882, the county seat was temporarily in Springerville before being returned to St. Johns.
Apache County was created in 1879 and lies in the northeastern corner of the Territory. Until March, 1895, it also embraced what is now Navajo County, but at that date the latter was set apart and established as a separate county. Apache County is justly noted for its great natural resources and advantages. It is destined some day in the early future to have a large agricultural population. Now, immense herds of cattle and flocks of sheep roam over its broad mesas and its fertile valleys. The Navajo Indians occupy the northern part of the county-in fact, occupy much of the remainder of the county, as they refuse to remain on their reservation, preferring to drive their sheep and cattle on lands outside their reservation, where the grazing is better. The southern part is a fine grazing country, while the northern part is cut up into picturesque gorges and canyons by the floods of past centuries.
In the late 1880s, the county sheriff was Commodore Perry Owens, an Old West gunfighter legend. At that time, the county covered more than 21,177 square miles (54,850 km2) in territory. In September 1887, near Holbrook in what is now Navajo County, Owens was involved in one of the Old West's most famous gunfights, when he killed three men and wounded a fourth while serving a warrant on outlaw Andy Blevins/Andy Cooper, an active participant in a raging range war, later dubbed the Pleasant Valley War.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 11,218 square miles (29,050 km2), of which 11,198 square miles (29,000 km2) is land and 21 square miles (54 km2) (0.2%) is water. The county is the third-largest county by area in Arizona and the sixth-largest in the United States (excluding boroughs and census areas in Alaska).
Apache County contains parts of the Navajo Indian Reservation, the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, and Petrified Forest National Park. Canyon de Chelly National Monument is entirely within the county.
INVEST IN ARIZONA!
ARIZONA
ARIZONA IS A STATE IN THE SOUTHWESTERN REGION OF THE UNITED STATES. IT IS ALSO PART OF THE WESTERN AND THE MOUNTAIN STATES. IT IS THE 6TH LARGEST AND THE 14TH MOST POPULOUS OF THE 50 STATES. ITS CAPITAL AND LARGEST CITY IS PHOENIX. ARIZONA SHARES THE FOUR CORNERS REGION WITH UTAH, COLORADO, AND NEW MEXICO; ITS OTHER NEIGHBORING STATES ARE NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA TO THE WEST AND THE MEXICAN STATES OF SONORA AND BAJA CALIFORNIA TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.
ARIZONA IS THE 48TH STATE AND LAST OF THE CONTIGUOUS STATES TO BE ADMITTED TO THE UNION, ACHIEVING STATEHOOD ON FEBRUARY 14, 1912. HISTORICALLY PART OF THE TERRITORY OF ALTA CALIFORNIA IN NEW SPAIN, IT BECAME PART OF INDEPENDENT MEXICO IN 1821. AFTER BEING DEFEATED IN THE MEXICAN–AMERICAN WAR, MEXICO CEDED MUCH OF THIS TERRITORY TO THE UNITED STATES IN 1848. THE SOUTHERNMOST PORTION OF THE STATE WAS ACQUIRED IN 1853 THROUGH THE GADSDEN PURCHASE.
SOUTHERN ARIZONA IS KNOWN FOR ITS DESERT CLIMATE, WITH VERY HOT SUMMERS AND MILD WINTERS. NORTHERN ARIZONA FEATURES FORESTS OF PINE, DOUGLAS FIR, AND SPRUCE TREES; THE COLORADO PLATEAU; MOUNTAIN RANGES (SUCH AS THE SAN FRANCISCO MOUNTAINS); AS WELL AS LARGE, DEEP CANYONS, WITH MUCH MORE MODERATE SUMMER TEMPERATURES AND SIGNIFICANT WINTER SNOWFALLS. THERE ARE SKI RESORTS IN THE AREAS OF FLAGSTAFF, ALPINE, AND TUCSON. IN ADDITION TO THE INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, WHICH IS ONE OF THE WORLD'S SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS, THERE ARE SEVERAL NATIONAL FORESTS, NATIONAL PARKS, AND NATIONAL MONUMENTS.
ABOUT ONE-QUARTER OF THE STATE IS MADE UP OF INDIAN RESERVATIONS THAT SERVE AS THE HOME OF 27 FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES, INCLUDING THE NAVAJO NATION, THE LARGEST IN THE STATE AND THE UNITED STATES, WITH MORE THAN 300,000 CITIZENS. ALTHOUGH FEDERAL LAW GAVE ALL NATIVE AMERICANS THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN 1924, ARIZONA EXCLUDED THOSE LIVING ON RESERVATIONS IN THE STATE FROM VOTING UNTIL THE STATE SUPREME COURT RULED IN FAVOR OF NATIVE AMERICAN PLAINTIFFS IN TRUJILLO V. GARLEY (1948).
ARIZONA IS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES AS ONE OF THE FOUR CORNERS STATES. ARIZONA IS THE SIXTH LARGEST STATE BY AREA, RANKED AFTER NEW MEXICO AND BEFORE NEVADA. OF THE STATE'S 113,998 SQUARE MILES (295,000 KM2), APPROXIMATELY 15% IS PRIVATELY OWNED. THE REMAINING AREA IS PUBLIC FOREST AND PARK LAND, STATE TRUST LAND AND NATIVE AMERICAN RESERVATIONS.
ARIZONA IS WELL KNOWN FOR ITS DESERT BASIN AND RANGE REGION IN THE STATE'S SOUTHERN PORTIONS, WHICH IS RICH IN A LANDSCAPE OF XEROPHYTE PLANTS SUCH AS THE CACTUS. THIS REGION'S TOPOGRAPHY WAS SHAPED BY PREHISTORIC VOLCANISM, FOLLOWED BY THE COOLING-OFF AND RELATED SUBSIDENCE. ITS CLIMATE HAS EXCEPTIONALLY HOT SUMMERS AND MILD WINTERS. THE STATE IS LESS WELL KNOWN FOR ITS PINE-COVERED NORTH-CENTRAL PORTION OF THE HIGH COUNTRY OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU (SEE ARIZONA MOUNTAINS FORESTS).
LIKE OTHER STATES OF THE SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES, ARIZONA HAS AN ABUNDANCE OF MOUNTAINS AND PLATEAUS. DESPITE THE STATE'S ARIDITY, 27% OF ARIZONA IS FOREST, A PERCENTAGE COMPARABLE TO MODERN-DAY ROMANIA OR GREECE. THE WORLD'S LARGEST STAND OF PONDEROSA PINE TREES IS IN ARIZONA.
THE MOGOLLON RIM, A 1,998-FOOT (609 M) ESCARPMENT, CUTS ACROSS THE STATE'S CENTRAL SECTION AND MARKS THE SOUTHWESTERN EDGE OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU. IN 2002, THIS WAS AN AREA OF THE RODEO–CHEDISKI FIRE, THE WORST FIRE IN STATE HISTORY UNTIL 2011.
LOCATED IN NORTHERN ARIZONA, THE GRAND CANYON IS A COLORFUL, DEEP, STEEP-SIDED GORGE, CARVED BY THE COLORADO RIVER. THE CANYON IS ONE OF THE SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS OF THE WORLD AND IS LARGELY CONTAINED IN THE GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK—ONE OF THE FIRST NATIONAL PARKS IN THE UNITED STATES. PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT WAS A MAJOR PROPONENT OF DESIGNATING THE GRAND CANYON AREA AS A NATIONAL PARK, OFTEN VISITING TO HUNT MOUNTAIN LION AND ENJOY THE SCENERY. THE CANYON WAS CREATED BY THE COLORADO RIVER CUTTING A CHANNEL OVER MILLIONS OF YEARS, AND IS ABOUT 277 MILES (446 KM) LONG, RANGES IN WIDTH FROM 4 TO 18 MILES (6 TO 29 KM) AND ATTAINS A DEPTH OF MORE THAN 1 MILE (1.6 KM). NEARLY TWO BILLION YEARS OF THE EARTH'S HISTORY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED AS THE COLORADO RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES CUT THROUGH LAYER AFTER LAYER OF SEDIMENT AS THE COLORADO PLATEAU UPLIFTED.
ARIZONA IS HOME TO ONE OF THE MOST WELL-PRESERVED METEORITE IMPACT SITES IN THE WORLD. CREATED AROUND 50,000 YEARS AGO, THE BARRINGER METEORITE CRATER (BETTER KNOWN SIMPLY AS "METEOR CRATER") IS A GIGANTIC HOLE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HIGH PLAINS OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU, ABOUT 25 MILES (40 KM) WEST OF WINSLOW. A RIM OF SMASHED AND JUMBLED BOULDERS, SOME OF THEM THE SIZE OF SMALL HOUSES, RISES 150 FEET (46 M) ABOVE THE LEVEL OF THE SURROUNDING PLAIN. THE CRATER ITSELF IS NEARLY A MILE (1.6 KILOMETERS) WIDE AND 570 FEET (170 M) DEEP.
ARIZONA IS ONE OF TWO U.S. STATES (HAWAII BEING THE OTHER) THAT DO NOT OBSERVE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME. (THE LARGE NAVAJO NATION IN THE STATE'S NORTHEASTERN REGION DOES.)
ARIZONA LAND IS GOLD!
SECLUDED BUT NOT REMOTE!
TRULY A SPECTACULAR SETTING!
5 STAR FEEDBACK
READ MY FEEDBACK AND BID WITH CONFIDENCE!
I HAVE BEEN AN EBAY MEMBER FOR OVER 10 YEARS AND RETAIN 100% POSITIVE FEEDBACK!
I WILL GLADLY PROVIDE PERSONAL REFERENCES UPON REQUEST!
EASY ACCESS!
THIS PARCEL PROVIDES MOUNTAIN VIEWS IN ALL DIRECTIONS WITHOUT MOUNTAIN DRIVING HASSLES OR TERRAIN ISSUES.
SECLUDED BUT NOT REMOTE!
BLM LAND
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
BLM LAND IS A HUGE PLUS/BENEFIT FOR PROPERTY OWNERS AS IT IS PUBLIC LAND AND WILL NEVER BE DEVELOPED BUT OPEN FOR PUBLIC USE! FOR MORE INFO ON BLM LAND DO A GOOGLE SEARCH AND TYPE IN BLM LAND. THEY HAVE A GREAT WEB SITE! CHECK IT OUT AS IT IS VERY INFORMATIVE!
NO TIME LIMIT TO BUILD!
THE LOT CAN SIT VACANT FOR AS LONG AS YOU LIKE!
SERIOUS BIDDERS ONLY
Please ask all questions
prior to bidding.
NO HIDDEN FEES!
IMPORTANT!
ASK ALL QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING!
***** FULL PAYMENT & A $295.00 PROCESSING FEE REQUIRED WITHIN 72 HOURS OF THE AUCTION CLOSING!
SPECTACULAR SETTING!
MOUNTAIN VIEWS!
CLOSE TO TOWN!
IMPORTANT!
MOST SELLERS WANT FULL PAYMENT WITHIN 3 DAYS AND MENTION THEY USE A "SPECIAL" WARRANTY DEED. THE ONLY THING "SPECIAL" ABOUT THIS TYPE OF DEED IS IT PROTECTS THE SELLER!
I USE A WARRANTY DEED!
A deed containing a guarantee that the person transferring the property actually owns the title and that it is not encumbered in any way other than what is stated on the particular deed. Warranty deeds are the strongest deeds and provide buyers the maximum protection over any other deed.
PAYMENT OPTIONS
CREDIT CARDS
WE CAN ALSO PROCESS MASTERCARD, VISA AND DISCOVER
THROUGH OUR SECURED CREDIT CARD TERMINAL!
CHECKS
WE ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS
AND CASHIER'S CHECKS.
***NOTE: I am no longer able to accept payment via PayPal. PayPal recently updated their terms and policies and no longer is allowing payments association with land purchases to be processed using their platform. Sorry for the inconvenience.*** FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question: If I am the winning bidder how do we close the deal and what are the costs and fees aside from my bid amount and the $295.00 processing fee?
Answer: The process is simple and fast! If you are the winning bidder ebay will send us an email with your contact info. Wewill then send you an email asking you to confirm your name and address info. We need your full name and address exactly as you want it to appear on the documents. Full payment is due within 72 hours of the auction closing. The only costs to you are the final bid amount and the $295.00 processing fee. There are no other costs/fees. We draft all required documents and we cover the transfer tax, recording fee and all mailing costs. Once we have full payment we send the deed directly to the county recorder. Once the deed has been recorded it is then mailed to you. Typically it takes about 10 business days from the time the deed leaves our office until it reaches the buyer.
Question: I live out of state and I am wondering if the deal can be closed via mail? Or do I need to travel to sign papers?
Answer: The entire process can be done by mail and there are no documents for you to sign. The entire process is handled from our end.
Question: I live outside of the USA and I am not a US Citizen. Can I legally own land within the USA?
Answer: Yes...non US citizens can legally own land within the USA. The entire process can be completed via mail and email. Approx 10% of our buyers are non US citizens.
Question: Are there other homes already built within the ranch?
Answer: Yes! This is the real deal! There are many homes already built within the ranch and new homes built each year. Homes range from log cabins, prefab homes and standard built homes.
Question: What form of payment do you accept?
Answer: We accept Master Card, Visa & Discover as well as personal checks, automatic bank payments such as Billpay and direct deposits. We also accept money orders & wire transfers. If paying via personal check we do wait 3-4 days for the check to clear before mailing off the deed.
Question: How is water obtained?
Answer: Water in this area is obtained via well.
Question: How deep to drill a well?
Answer: Well depths vary but the typical depth is 80-150 feet.
Question: What is the cost to drill a well?
Answer: Well drilling runs around $40.00 per foot.
Question: Is there sewer service or do I need a septic tank?
Answer: Sewage would be via septic tank. There is no city sewer system for the property.
Question: Is there a time limit to build?
Answer: No...there is no time limit to build and no maintenance required. The property can sit vacant as long as you like. The land is sage and wild grasses. There is no upkeep required.
Question: Are there any back taxes or liens on the property?
Answer: The taxes are paid current and there are no back taxes or liens on the property. The land is free & clear of any encumbrances.
Question: What type of deed is used to transfer ownership?
Answer: The deed will be a Warranty Deed, the strongest and safest of deeds.
Question: What improvements have been made to the property?
Answer: None...this is a vacant property. It has not been fenced, there are no homes or buildings on the property and the land is free and clear of trash. This is a pristine piece of land.
Question: Are there any other fees or costs?
Answer: There are no other fees or ANY other costs.
Question: Can I have more than one name/person listed on the deed or a corporation or LLC?
Answer: Yes...you can have as many people you like listed on the deed and we can also deed to your corp or LLC.
ABOUT THE SELLER
Western Investment Land is one of the top Land Sellers throughout the great western states! We have specialized in buying and selling land in the area. Nobody knows the west like we do! And we will help you find exactly what you are looking for! We offer parcels ranging in size from 1/4 acre subdivision lots to 160 acre ranches. Western Investment Land owns all the land we sell. We have helped hundreds of buyers over the years find their perfect investment property, retirement ranch or just to own a piece of Utah! Let’s get started!
My name is Zach Hubner and I’m the owner of Western Investment Land. I currently live in Wisconsin, which is where we are based, and work with my wonderful business partners Beth & Philip. Yes we're only three people, but I believe in keeping our team small and the company as a whole small, so that we are able to maintain plenty of one on one time with our buyers, so we can make your buying experiences as enjoyable as possible. Between the three of us we can answer any question and tackle any problem you might have! I traveled out west often, and needless to say, I’ve fallen in love with this part of the country during. That love of land translates well for the business because it incites me to explore every property we buy and has given me a vast and intimate knowledge of every area that we own.

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